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Bungalow Style

Creating Classic Interiors in Your Arts and Crafts Home

Author: Treena Crochet

Publisher: Taunton Press


Category: Architecture

Page: 186

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The author features the American bungalow, illuminating the various elements of this Victorian classic while also discussing restoration techniques, adding modern conveniences, and much, much more.

American Bungalow Style

Author: Robert Winter

Publisher: Simon and Schuster


Category: House & Home

Page: 224

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More than three hundred full-color photographs present a wide range of these turn-of-the-century architectural gems, offering a wealth of ideas and creative suggestions for restoring and decorating historic homes. 15,500 first printing.

The New Bungalow Kitchen

Author: Peter LaBau

Publisher: Taunton Press


Category: House & Home

Page: 216

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Builds on the popularity of the bungalow style to present a comprehensive guide to home kitchen design, including more than 250 full-color photographs, detailed plans, historical background, materials and appliance options, and hundreds of innovative ideas for updating, renovating, or remodeling one's kitchen.

The bungalow style in American domestic architecture

a brief style guide

Author: Robert Bartlett Harmon



Category: Architecture

Page: 15

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US 6 from I-15 in Spanish Fork to I-70 in Green River in Utah, Wasatch, Carbon, and Emery Counties

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Page: 6

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West Coast Bungalows of the 1920s

With Photographs and Floor Plans

Author: E.W. Stillwell & Co

Publisher: Courier Corporation


Category: Architecture

Page: 64

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An ideal resource for 21st-century bungalow buyers and renovators as well as for builders seeking authentic details. 50 examples include photographs, in addition to floor plans, estimated costs, and descriptions of exteriors and interiors.

Bungalow Plans

Author: Christian Gladu

Publisher: Gibbs Smith Publishers


Category: House & Home

Page: 136

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The Arts & Crafts movement popularized more than a century ago is currently enjoying a revival--and with good reason. Finally, the "lowly" bungalow, once considered too small and style-starved, is gaining popularity as new bungalow communities crop up across the nation. With its emphasis on handcrafted beauty, quality workmanship, and respect for natural materials, today's bungalow style offers friendly streetscapes and sensible, ecologically oriented homes that work for modern families. Bungalow Plans contains house plans that may be modest in size by today's standards, but integrate the style and timeless charm of the past with a modern point of view.

Canadian City

Essays in Urban and Social History

Author: Gilbert Stelter

Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP


Category: History

Page: 503

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The emphasis is on urban society, with new essays on social structure, the family, ethnicity and immigration, and religion. Other sections are devoted to urban growth, the physical environment, and urban government and reform.

Craftsman Bungalows

59 Homes from "The Craftsman"

Author: Gustav Stickley

Publisher: Courier Corporation


Category: Architecture

Page: 160

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Best and most attractive designs from Arts and Crafts Movement publication — 1903–1916 — includes sketches, photographs of homes, floor plans, descriptive text.

Bungalow Basics


Author: Paul Duchscherer

Publisher: Pomegranate


Category: House & Home

Page: 71

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Set almost invariably in a lush garden, the early-twentieth-century bungalow allowed countless suburbanites to get "back to nature" without leaving the cozy confines of their own property. The bungalow front porch epitomized the indoor-outdoor lifestyle associated with this popular new form of housing. Furnished as an extension of the adjoining living room, it offered a comfortable spot from which to enjoy unimpeded views of the surrounding landscape. Because the front porch typically defined a home's street presence-providing what realtors refer to as "curb appeal"-it also represented one of the most distinctive features of bungalow architecture. Bungalow Basics: Porches examines both the social history and the design characteristics of bungalow porches, with dozens of resplendent, flower-filled photographs and rare illustrations from period publications.

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